Select Letters of Seneca Select Letters of Seneca. Edited with Introduction and Explanatory Notes by W. C. Summers, Firth Professor of Latin in the University of Sheffield. Pp. cxiv + 383. School Class Books Series. London: Macmillan and Co
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